Poc Fada champion who thrived on the Cooley Mountains

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon IT may have gone unnoticed but this week the regional finals of the Galway Poc Fada took place in various venues around the county. While it’s a competition Galway...

Has this London boy finally become a culchie?

Double Vision by Charlie Adley Last Friday evening I rolled down the blinds in my living room to block out the blazing sunshine, so that I could watch the Ireland game. Not the slightest...

Unsettled Galway should still make short work of Laois

Inside Track with John McIntyre IT’S a fixture which has seldom caused Galway hurlers undue difficulty in the past and the expectation is for that trend to continue when the Tribesmen make their championship...

Cars and technology show their strength in numbers

A Different View with Dave O’Connell There are many different ways in which we get hung up on numbers – did you ever, for example, wish a woman a happy fortieth and live to...

Constitutional Convention illustrates that ordinary citizens can play their part in the process...

Political World with Harry McGee I have to say I was sceptical about the notion of a citizens' assembly becoming part of official political discourse in Ireland. The idea is that rather than getting...

Bringing the past to life is Eithne’s passion

City Lives - Director of Galway Museum Eithne  Verling talks to Bernie Ní Fhlatharta For a woman whose work is based on the past, Eithne Verling has her eye very much on the future...


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